Michigan has the fourth largest population of Hmong Americans in the United States. Join author and oral historian Martha Aladjem Bloomfield to learn about the history of the Hmong people, their flight to America following the Vietnam War and how they have made their new homes in Michigan.
One-Room School Houses of Eaton County
Tuesday, March 13, 6 p.m.
Learn about the Eaton County One-Room School Houses featured in the Eaton County Historical Commission’s new book, Rural Schools of Eaton County, MI. Led by Jan Sedore and Joe Ann Nehmer, a group of dedicated volunteers painstakingly scoured the corners of the county to find information about the current status of the buildings to early photos and student rolls. From attics to libraries and basements to barns they have scanned, copied and saved information that may have otherwise been lost.
Tuesday, January 9, 6 p.m.
Wally Jung will present a history of popular music from the 1940’s thru the present, as illustrated in picture postcards. The program follows how radio and television shaped music into a major cultural force in the 1950’s and 60’s. Presented in partnership with the Delta Township Historical Society.
Join retired Eaton County sergeant turned true-crime author for the story of the 1955 double murder of a Stockbridge couple and search for the killer.
Tuesday, September 19